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SOUTHERN STANDARD-MCMINN VILLE, TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, 1891
D "Old Way" BrU 1e Cook
aa well m d Stank,
To broil perfectly, over a lire, requires con
itant watching and an experienced cook
With the Ciubtkb Oae, a child ton years
old will equal any expert.
Place an ordinary shoot-Iron pan, one-quarter
full of and or water--elther will answer,
sand la preferable upon the bottom ovea
plate to catch the drippings j grease the ovea
slide or broiling rack ; one greasing Is all that
Is required, l'lace the steaks upon the oven
slide; close the wire gauze oven door for
three to five minutes large steaks require
ten to fifteen minutes and the steak will ba
thoroughly cooked ua top and bottom at
the aame time.
There Is no taint of coal-gas or smoke, and
the meats are more fonder and better In
flavor than those broiled over tlio coals. The
convenience of broiling In tho oven will bo
appreciated by even? housekeeper, and adds
ttother to the many reasons wLw the Charter
Ut ttango or Stove with the Wire Gauze
ven Door ahould be piofcrrod to all other
dow lu tho inaxkou
For sale by McMinnville Hardware Co,
had the desired effect. 8
Cabbolltow, Grioi Ca, Iix., Nov. 88.
I highly recommend Paetor Koeuig's Nerre
Tonio to anboly that has suffered from head
ache as my son did for B years, because 1 bottles
of tne medicine cured him. M. MoTIO UK.
WEAKNESS OF MEMORY.
Zeu, Faulk Com Dak., Kov. '88.
I was troubled with forgeifulness and tried
many remedies, but of do use I had almost
despaired when somebody recommended I'as
tor Koenlg's Nerve Tonio. I tried it and took
but it bottles of it, which brought back my
memory as good as ever. I therefore reconv
mend this remfcJy to all sufferers; it does
more than expected, it speaks for itself.
UKORGE PAN IAN.
A Valuable Knott on Ncrvoua
DisensoH Hunt tree to uny addrf-KH,
and poor )ntitntM can alxe obtain
ling medicine tree ol cnarge.
This remedy lias bocn prepared by the Rever
end Pastor KoeniR.ot Fort Wayne, lud.,sinco 1876,
and Is now prepared indcr hiu direction by the
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III.
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Some Girl's Ways.
Advocate and Guardian.
I was Saturday morning in a big
farmhouse kitchen; Nell was bending
over the sink, picmng a cnicuen,
with a decided scowl on her face;
Hattie was kneading the bread, with
an expression of grim determination
suitable for a soldier scaling his ene
mies' breastworks; and Susan was
shelling peas, her pretty face spoiled
by the settled discontent about the
mouth.. The girls were not talking
they never talked while they work
edbut they often spoke sharply and
unkindly. Work was to them a
separate state of existence, in which
the Christian graces played no part.
"Did I leave my whip in here?"
asked a hesitating voice at the open
door, and a boy in a big straw hat ap
peared behind the voice.
No," snapped Nell, "but's a won
der you didn't, for you are always
leaving something around for us to
"It has fallen down under your
chair, Susan," he said, coming in to
pick it up.
Ned, you are always bothering
somebody," fretted Susan, while
she arose with ungraciousness in
I every movement.
"Father called me to come quick
and catch the chicken, and I stood it
in the corner," replied Ned, ruogh
ly, and gladlyjmade his escape.
That same morning in a neighbor
ing farm-house kitchen, .Lucy was
kneading the bread as deftly as Hat
tie, but at the same time planning
with Helen and Grace how to earn
money for their mission boxes; Grace
had a funny story to tell while she
washed the dishes; and Helen told
them of al, meadow lark she saw
while picking the strawberries that
she was now hulling for the straw
berrv short-cake for dessert.
Sam came in with an armful of
wood, threw it noisily on the wood-
box, twitched Grace's curls, made
believe to dive his hands in Lucy's
pan of flour, snatched tho largest
strawberry from Helen's dish, and
pranced outa whistling a Sunday-
The girls smoothed out the little
smile that Sam's antics -always
brought to their.faccs, and began to
sins his hvmn : beinsr echoed bv
Fannie, who was sweeping the front
Which family do you belong to,
A Safe Investment.
Is one which is guaranteed to brin";
you satisfactory results, or in case oi
failure a return of purchase price. On
this safe plan you can buy from our
advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr.
King's rsew Discovery for Consump
tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief
m eVery case, when used for any
affection of Throat. Luntrs or Chest.
such a9 Consumption, lntlamation of
Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whoop
ing Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It it
pleasant and agreeable to taste, per,
fectly sate, and can always Do de
pended upon. Trial bottles iree as
llitchey & Bostick's Drugstore. 1
The Weather Bureau.
The signal service corps of the
army was relieved, on July 1, accord
ing to the provisions of an act of Con
gress, of the duty of furnishing the
public with the daily weather re
ports, and.this work was turned over
to the Department of Agriculture.
Cen. Creely is succeeded as' chief of
the bureau by Prof. Mark W. Har
rington, professor of astronomy in
the University of Michigan, at Ann
Harbor, and editor ol the American
Meteorological;Journal. He is about
43 years old. and is regarded as an
accomplished student of meteorology
and climatic problems. He has had
considerable correspondence with the
department about climatic matters in
relation to agriculture, having pre
pared a bulletin on the subject, which
is about to be published by the de-
partment. The intention of Congress
in making the change was that tho
work of the weather bureau might
be extended beyond its present scope
in every way where such enlarge
ment could possibly be of benefit to
our agricultural interests, Secretary
Busk says the work of the meteoro
logical service of the United States
goverment must go far beyond the
mere forcastingof the weather, and
be so extended as to include a
thorough systematic investigation in
to tne climatic conditions ot various
sections of the country, in order
that a full knowledge of them and ot
their effects upon growth should be
available for the farmers
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, a mar
velous cure for Catarrh, Diptheria,
Canker Mouth, and I lead-Ache.
With each bottle there is an ingen
ious Nasal Injector for the more suc
cessful treatment f thre complaints
without extra charge. Price oil cent:
golt! by W. II. Fleming. 1
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The Sub-Treasury Denounced.
The anti-sub-treasury convention
of the Farmers1 Alliance lately held
at Fort Worth, Texas, adopted the
EesoIvecL That we denounce the
sub-treasury and land loan schemes
and governmental ownership of rail
roads as a violation of the first princi
pies of good government, as paternal
in their character, as centralizing in
their tendencies, and if enacted into
the law would create such a horde of
national ofiice holders as would fasten
tne clutches oi the party in power
upon the throats of the people so
strongly that the voices of the honest,
patriotic citizens would no longer bo
heard in the control of government
affairs. We demand that those men
who are not farmers be removed
irom tne national state omces or our
order and that none but those who
have their interests in farming be al
lowed to fill such places.
We now appeal to all honest mem
bers of the alliance throughout the
United States to unite with us in put
ting down this common enemy and
disgrace of our order. To this end
we most earnestly recommend the
brother men of the United
meet in national . convention at St.
Loui3 on the third Tuesday of Sep
Jtesolved, That we most heartily in
dorse the course of Hon. M. S. Hall,
president ol the state Alliance of Mis
souri, in refusing to concur in the ac
tion on the case of C. W. Macune, at
Ocala, in opposing the sub-treasury
scheme, etc. We earnestly pledge
Hall our support in the noble and
manly effort to rid the order, both
state and national, of all shackles
which will retard its strength for ul
OUR VERY BEST PEOPLE
Confirm our statement when we say
that Dr. Acker's English liemedy is
in every way superior to any and all
other preparations for the Throat and
Lungs. In Whooping Cough and
Croup, it is magic and relieves at
we oner you a sample bottle
Remember, this liemedy is
sold on a positive guarantee. For
eale by W. II. Fleming.
A Hen That Cooked Her Egg.
Not long since we got a half barrel
01 unsiacked lime and placed it in
our chicken quarters. A Leghorn
hen that had been accustomed to lay
ing in the barrel before the lime was
put in it, went to it the next day and
made her a nest in the soft, snowy
lime that had begun to air slack on
top. The barrel was nearly half full
of the lump lime, and a3 it had not
previously been exposed to the air it
got very warm and slackened rapidly.
Our Leghorn hen laid her egg, and
in flying out of the barrel pretty well
covered it with lime. When-we took
it out that evening it was quite hot
and had been literally cooked, the
white being coadjulated and adhered
to the shell. This is tho first instance
of a hen cooking her own egg that
had come under our observation in
ten year's experience with poultry.
Are kronen down from overwork or household
cares ur0vva's Iron liittcrs
TctiuiMs the systom, aids digestion, removes ex
cess of bile, uiid cures aiuluriiu (jet thegenuin
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Anecdote of Dumas.
"You are a quadroon, I believe.
Mr. Dumas?" began an enterpris
"I am, sir," replied Mr. Dumas.
"And your father?"
"My father was a mulatto"
"And your grandfather, what was
"A negro," growled the father of
French historical fiction, ' beginning
to wax restless under this straight
"And might I presume to inquire
what your great grand father was?"
"An ape, sir," thundered the au
thor of "Monte Christo," springing to
his feet: "my pedegree begins where
Mr. Van Pelt Editor of the Craig
Mo., Meteor, went to a drug store at
Hillsdale, Iowa, and asked the phy
sician in attendance to give him a
dose of something for cholera morbus
and loosening of the bowels. He
says : "I felt so much better the next
morning that I concluded to call on
the physician and get him to fix me
up a supply of the medicine. I was
surprised, when he handed me a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. He said he
prescribed it regularly in his practice
and found it the best he could get or
prepare. I can testify to its efficien
cy in my case at all events." For
sale by Ritchey & Bostick, Drug
gists, McMinnville, Tenn.
A Horse's Fears.
"You can recommend this horse,
"Certaniy; he is as kind as can be,
and there is only one thing that he's
"What is that ?"
"He's afraid somebody will say
whoa to him and he won't hear it."
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes,
Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairio Scratches, Soro Nipples
and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
it after all other treatment had failed.
It is put up in 25 and 50 cent boxes.
For Sale By Riichey & Bostick.
Then and Now.
St. 1'anl Pioneer Trees.
Jones I have been invited to de
liver the Fourth of July oration at
Breton's Point, and just 100 years ago
my great-grand-father delivered an
oration at the same place.
Smith How strange! What was
the subject of his address?
Jones "America, the shelter and
refuge of the oppressed of all nations."
Smith And what will be your sub
ject? Jones "The necessity of more rig
idly restricting immigration."
Cures in fifteen minutes :
Minister Now, Tommy,
what you go to school for? ,
Tommy 'Cause I have to.
Itch, Mange and Scratches of every
kiml? on human or animals cured in
.'10 minutes by Wool ford's Saniftry
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Snap Shots at the Devil.
The man who belongs altogether to
the devil is generally the last to find
it out. '
The devil never gets a cfiance to
loaf in a neighborhood where a good
The devil has to work extra hard
to get hold of the children who have
Every time a sermon is heard
without repentence the devil gives
his fire another stir.
The devil probably finds a good lot
of satisfaction in watching the wo
man who loves to talk about her
The man who simply wants to be
good enough to get to Heaven is not
a man that the devil wastes any pow
The devil is not much afraid of the
preacher who measures a service to
God by the amount of money in it
It isn't likely that the devil feels
much out of place in the company of
a man who doesn't pay for his news
paper. As soon as church members begin
to give more money for missions
than they do for cigars and tobacco
the devil will begin to feel uneasy.
One hundred and fifty (150) worms
from two doses of Dr. Fenner's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup. See his circular
Money refunded if satisfaction not
given. For sale by J. D. Tate &. Co.
America Will Feed Them.
Washington, July 13. The De
partment of State today received a
carefully prepared estimate made by
the National Millers' Association of
France, giving the prospective wheat
crop of Europe for 1891.
According to these figures France
will have a wheat deficit of 40,222,
000 hectares, which will require an
expenditure of 925,000,000 francs to
The miller are trying to create the
impression that the supply is good in
order to buy cheaply. Commercial
Agent Griffin adds in his report that
all hope of relief from South Ameri
ca has been abandoned, and even
the Argentine Republic is not now
mentioned as supplying the wheat
deficiency. All Europe is looking
toward the wheat fields of the Unit
ed States, and building their hopes
on our harvest, as their bread must
come from America.
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McDowell estimates his character at
$10,000, which, he says, he could not
collect from the Nashville American,
even if hegot judgment. An honest
man'asks only for; vindication, not